Bhavan, Chandigarh Tops the Academic Charts in India
Bhavan Vidyalaya, Sector-27-B, Chandigarh
Bhavan Chandigarh has added another feather to its cap as it has received All India Rank 1 on the parameter of Academic Reputation with a score of 95/100 in the Education World India School Rankings, 2014. Education World is a human resource development magazine which specializes in education news. Education World commissioned the survey through the Centre for Forecasting Private Limited. (C Fore), a Delhi-based research company. The EW-C fore survey, 2014 of India’s best schools has rated 1,000 of the country’s well known schools on the basis of perceptual rating scores awarded by a carefully constituted sample respondents base of 8263 parents, principals, teachers and educationists nationwide on 14 parameters of excellence.
“It is indeed a moment of great pride for the school especially as the news comes close on the heels of the CBSE ranking where our school received All India Rank 5 for its stellar performance in class XII Board Exams.” said Mrs Vineeta Arora, the school Principal. She further added that the students of class XII performed outstandingly well in the board examinations conducted by CBSE in March 2014. In the overall result, of the 191 students who appeared, 128 students scored above 90%marks. The first three positions in the tricity were clinched by the students of this school.
Mrs Vineeta Arora commended the sincere efforts put in by the students and the staff. She said that it was her sincere endeavour to delve into the true purpose of education by providing the students an environment which was academically sound and concurrently a launch pad for meaningful blossoming, honing of skills and effective use of endless talents. The school attaches equal importance to sports, extra curricular activities and runs a Special Section with many effective programmes for children with different needs. This year the school conducted its iconic BVCMUN’14, a mammoth conference where as many as 300 students from over 45 schools including two teams from Pakistan participated and also hosted the 8th Bhavan’s North and North Eastern Athletic Meet where 150 participants from 10 Bhavan Schools from the region took part. Having won several prestigious prizes and awards in academics, co-curricular activities the school has once again proved that education with holistic development is of prime importance.